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Metta World Peace AKA Ron Artest… or whatever you want to call him if you are still confused as to what his name is. Certainly Jim Gray is as he got involved in a very entertaining interview with the Lakers forward following their 103-90 victory over the Sacramento Kings. Which included him wanting to know what he should be called, followed by a series of questions about the Lakers new direction from a coaching perspective… yaddy yaddy yahhh.. until MWP in fine fashion decides to ask Gary if he wants to pop bottles with him in Sactown; Gray seemed to be quite confused by what he was asking. Anyways you need to see the video of what took place because it’s pure comedic gold:Watch this video on YouTube Embedded with WP YouTube Lyte.
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The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Sacramento Kings 103-90 Sunday night, and afterwards Metta World Peace talked with Jim Gray about the Mike Brown situation and also the situation of DeMarcus Cousins as well. The best part is towards the end of the video, in which, World Peace wants to pop bottles with Jim Gray. [...]The post Metta World Peace Wants to Pop Bottles With Jim Gray...
In our second Sacramento Kings related post of the day (that has to be a record or something), Kings sideline reporter Jim Gray interviewed Lakers forward/enigma Metta World Peace after Sunday's Lakers victory. The interview begins on an eye-raising note as Metta tells Gray to call him "Ron." Gray goes on to ask Metta Ron Artest about advice for suspended Kings...
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Today's Yardbarker Pat & Steve look into the lack of knowledge of the NFL OT rules, Metta World Peace decides to give some love to Jim Gray on air and a big fight at a Nascar event.
Last night, Sacramento Kings sideline reporter Jim Gray got the chance to interview Los Angeles Lakers Metta World Peace (AKA Ron Artest) after the Lakers 103-90 win.Nearing the end of the interview, Metta decided to ask the veteran sideline reporter if they were going to party later and "pop bottles":
More than anything else, the following play is a testament to Kobe Bryant’s passing ability. While his role in the play may appear to be elementary, I’d argue that a lob to Ron Artest is actually one of the most difficult passes in the game. You’ve got to basically put the ball on the very edge of the cylinder in order for Ron to have a shot at it, so there’s no room...